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White smoke Air Cooled Suzuki dr 200 with oil next to carb

I have White smoke comming out of the tail pipes on my Air Cooled Suzuki dr 200 with oil next to carburated intake airfilter. I believe I blew an O ring or what ever they call it on the bike but was looking for a second opinion.

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Usaually white smoke means you're burning too much oil.

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I hamve a suzuki 2006 reno with only 42k mi and it just started blowing white smoke out of the tail pipe and leaking oil out of the bottom of the motor on the passengers side behind crankshift


get it serviced?
if you dont know what oil leaks are or how serious
then get it serviced now,
stop driving it. or burn up a good (hope) engine.
call a tow truck, is best possible end results.
but
open hood, and turn the oil filter CW to tight.
look for road collision damage under car, first.
google how to tighten a filter, oil, see wix filter page, read.

Mar 22, 2017 | 2006 Suzuki Reno

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Limited. Why would it be smoking after replacing one plug?


what smokes. we are blind here.
you must stay.

1: end of tail pipe smokes
2: or, with hood up the exhaust manifold smokes due to oil we dropped there. (common on much service)
and what color is it.?
from where.?
tail pipe can do 3 colors
white goes away fast ,called steam.
white stays way too long called burned oil smoke,
and black (unburned fuel) and smells like gas..

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1990 Geo metro popped and poured white smoke out


its a GEO POPPER.
"no oil up on crank case"

no idea what that means.??????
yes PCV valve. do clog.

white smoke at end if tail pipe.
you didnt say where,?

white smoke has 2 reasons.(tail end)
Steam and oil.
steam goes away fast and looks just like moms tea pot. and smells sweet, like the antifreeze in engine. (rad cap off ,sniff sniff, cold engine)

oil burning, smoke is very very slow to go away.
and smells like , blush burned oil.
if not sure what burn oil looks like or smells like
take out the dip stick on a hot engine
let it drip to the hot exhaust manifold there.
now you know. and is a key diagnostic skill.


no oil seen on dip stick end?, you mean that?
well you need to keep that from happening,
doing weekly service, and for sure old cars.
26 years old.

low oil invites blowing up a good engine.
for sure.
if it did that smoke is oil
if it did 10x worse, both .

my wild guess is you meant to say
I didnt see oil leaking on top of engine.
right?

if the engine backwires to the air cleaner
you forgot to replace the cam belt every 60k miles
the pcv will also be clogged, on cars not getting proper service, super colon.
if the PCV clogs,engine may leak oil bad.

this engine btw is a G10 3 cylinder.
with TBI injection.
we can talk TBI all day, owned one.

white smoke can come from many places
exhaust manifold, leaks of oil can land there
engine can back fire to air cleaner making smoke.
tail end.
steam is much worse. ill not delve in to that yet/.

Apr 04, 2014 | 1990 Geo Metro

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4g15 engine carburetor smoking only when engine is cold


smoking from where?, front of car, middle or tail pipe.


is this your first car, or first car and first winter (white steam?)
there are 3 kinds of smoke
black , carb flooding (ask why)
white, oil, burning, take for ever to go away
white steam, goes away fast and smells like Antifreeze, sweet and nasty.

and all carbs smoke black in the tail pipe end, when cold, unless
you very carefully tune the choke plate.
so do tell? what?

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92 camry no hot air form heater, billowing white smoke from tail pipe


White smoke is generally oil and not related to your heater box. If you do not get hot air from the heater after the car has warmed up then the heater box is probably blocked or there may be a problem with the selector cable. For the oil you could try a heavy weight semi synthetic oil. Won't solve the problem or oil use but might reduce the smoke. Rarely the issue could be a faulty breather. Otherwise an engine rebuild is likely the only solution.

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White smoke coming out tail pipe when accelerating


We had a bad smoking problem with our porsche. It started just on acceleration then constant. It turned out to be the air oil separator which was able to be fixed at home for under $200

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Back fires thru carb. smokes( black white and blue) out the tail pipe....please help!


sounds like its had its day and you should call the scrapyard ,if i could hear it i could soon tell you what it is but black smoke is excess fuel and blue smoke is oil and white smoke is water ,so ask a local mechanic to have a look and see if its worth repairing

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My car is using alot of oil, about one quart per 200 miles.


check compression or blow by in valve cover sounds like piston rings

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Puffs blue smoke


Blue smoke is caused by engine oil entering the cylinder area and being burned along with the fuel air mixture. As with the white smoke, just a small drop of oil leaking into the cylinder can produce blue smoke out the tailpipe. Blue smoke is more likely in older or higher mileage vehicles than newer cars with fewer miles.

This could mean a cracked head or bad gasket....It costly

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